ATX Television Festival Announces Additional Panels And Programming Leading Into Season 7, Taking Place June 7-10, 2018, In Austin, Tx
ATX TELEVISION FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES ADDITIONAL PANELS AND PROGRAMMING
LEADING INTO SEASON 7, TAKING PLACE JUNE 7-10, 2018, IN AUSTIN, TX
Panelists Added for the Opening Night Screening of HBO’s “Sharp Objects,”Including Amy Adams, Jean-Marc Vallée, Marti Noxon, and Gillian Flynn,
Panel and Sneak Peek of Season Five of TV Land’s “Younger” with the Creator and Cast,
Premiere Episode Screening of ABC’s “Station 19” with the Creator and Cast,
A Panel with Nat Geo’s Emmy-Nominated Series “Genius,”
And Panelists Added for AT&T AUDIENCE Network’s Series “Condor”
ATX Television Festival today announced new additions to its Season 7 panel and programming slate, taking place June 7-10, 2018, in Austin, Texas.
Joining the previously announced Opening Night screening of HBO’s upcoming limited series, “Sharp Objects” are star/executive producer Amy Adams, director/executive producer Jean-Marc Vallée, showrunner/executive producer Marti Noxon, and author/executive producer/writer Gillian Flynn, who will participate in a Q&A following the screening, alongside Jason Blum (EP, Founder/CEO, Blumhouse Productions), Pancho Mansfield (President, Global Scripted Programming, EOne Television) and David Levine (EVP, HBO Programming). “Sharp Objects” executive producers Jessica Rhoades, Nathan Ross and Gregg Fienberg will also be in attendance.
TV Land’s hit comedy “Younger” will return to the festival for a fourth year, with an exclusive sneak peek of the second episode of season five, which premieres on June 5th, followed by a Q&A with creator and executive producer Darren Star, and cast members Sutton Foster, Debi Mazar, Miriam Shor, Nico Tortorella, Peter Hermann, Molly Bernard, and Charles Michael Davis. ABC and Shondaland’s new “Grey’s Anatomy” spinoff, “Station 19,” will host a screening of its premiere episode and Q&A panel with cast members Jaina Lee Ortiz and Jason George; creator and executive producer Stacy McKee (“Grey’s Anatomy”); and casting director Linda Lowy, who will discuss the first season of the series, currently airing on ABC Thursdays at 9/8c.
Season two of National Geographic’s Emmy-nominated series “Genius,” based on the life and art of Pablo Picasso, will host a panel with the creative team behind the new season, including Ken Biller, director/showrunner/EP; Davina LaMont, hair and make-up designer; Sonu Mishra, costume designer; Mathias Herndl, cinematographer and director; and Arv Greywal, production designer. The group will discuss the artistic undertaking and creative collaboration behind the new season, which premieres April 24th on Nat Geo.
In addition, cast members Leem Lubany, Katherine Cunningham, Kristen Hager, and Kristoffer Polaha, along with director/executive producer Lawrence Trilling, will join the previously announced panel for AT&T AUDIENCE Network’s series “Condor,” based on the novel “Six Days of the Condor” by James Grady, and screenplay “Three Days of the Condor” by Lorenzo Semple Jr. and David Rayfiel.
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These panels join the previously announced Opening Night screening of HBO's upcoming limited series “Sharp Objects;” 20th anniversary “Felicity” reunion with cast members Keri Russell, Scott Speedman, Tangi Miller, Amanda Foreman, Amy Jo Johnson, and Ian Gomez and director/producer Lawrence Trilling; a conversation with Robert and Michelle King; a “Storytelling with Tenacity” panel presented by Showtime with Frankie Shaw, Sarah Treem, and Emmy Rossum; a conversation with Blown Deadline producing partners David Simon and Nina K. Noble, celebrating 20 years of groundbreaking HBO series together; a “Better Call Saul” origin story panel with Vince Gilligan and Bob Odenkirk; “The Americans” panel with Joe Weisberg and Joel Fields, along with cast members Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys; a season two premiere screening and panel of TNT’s “Claws;” a “Nash Bridges” writers room reunion with Carlton Cuse, Glen Mazzara, John Wirth, Shawn Ryan, Jed Seidel, and Pam Veasey; a “thirtysomething” reunion with creators Edward Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz, and cast members Ken Olin, Tim Busfield, Patricia Wettig, Peter Horton, Melanie Mayron, and David Clennon; a panel with the creative team behind Netflix’s “American Vandal;” screenings and Q&As of OWN’s original series Queen Sugar and Love Is __; a “Futurama” table read and Q&A; a screening and Q&A of Paramount Network’s upcoming new series “American Woman” with cast members Alicia Silverstone, Mena Suvari, Jennifer Bartels, and co-executive producer Kyle Richards; a season two finale screening of IFC’s “Brockmire;”a season two premiere screening and panel for EPIX’s “Get Shorty,” a Freeform panel on the “Evolution of Millennial Programming,” and the season two premiere screening of “The Bold Type,” a panel with Comedy Central’s “Drunk History,” screening and Q&A of AT&T Audience Network’s new spy thriller “Condor;” a screening of the independent pilot “Everyone is Doing Great;” a season two screening of the original Seeso comedy “Take My Wife,” with first-time panelists Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher, a world premiere sneak peek clip of FX’s “Mayans MC” and panel with co-creators Kurt Sutter and Elgin James, executive producer/director Norberto Barba, and cast member; back-to- back panels with HBO’s acclaimed comedies “High Maintenance” and “Crashing,” featuring “High Maintenance” co-creator Katja Blichfeld, co-creator/star Ben Sinclair, and EP Russell Gregory and “Crashing” creator and star Pete Holmes; a “TGIHulu!” panel with Ben Savage, Michael Jacobs, Bronson Pinchot, William Bickley, Kellie Shangyne Williams, and Nell Scovell; a panel for SYFY and IDW Entertainment’s “Wynonna Earp,” featuring creator/showrunner Emily Andras and stars Melanie
Scrofano, Tim Rozon, and Katherine Barrell; and a conversation with Marcy Carsey (“Roseanne,”
“The Cosby Show”), who will receive this year’s ATX Award in Television Excellence.
About ATX Television Festival
ATX’s focus is the celebration of the television medium – looking back at its history, where it is now, and where it is headed. Our weekend consists of events in which attendees can interact with actors, writers, directors, creators, showrunners, music supervisors, casting directors and studio executives involved in all stages of bringing their favorite shows to the small screen. We have all the functionality of a traditional film festival – spotlighting classic shows, never-aired pilots, cancelled too soon series, cult favorites, current hits and premieres of new series. In addition, we feature episode screenings with Q&A’s with the cast and creators, panels focused on industry related topics, and parties, live music, meet-ups, social media events and “super-secret happy hours.” ATX’s goal is to serve both the community and industry professionals equally, by giving them the opportunity to discuss and celebrate all aspects of TV.